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assault. >> leon panetta warned spreading protest may last for days. hallie jackson joins us live with that story. what is the latest on protests for the middle east? >> protesters are setting cars on fire near kabul. anti-american demonstrations spread to australia and belgium. one protester died in pakistan. more protests beginning today. >> i believe these offenses in the film are so great and dangerous. >> the deadly assaults in libya last week started as a reaction to the anti-islam film. it was produced in the united states. >> opportunistic extremist elements came to the consulate as this was unfolding. >> it is a different story from libya's congressional president, who says the violent protest was planned by foreigners that entered the country months ago. >> this leaves us with no doubt that this has been planned and predetermined. >> how spontaneous is a demonstration when people bring rocket-propelled grenades and heavy weapons? >> we continue to see more of these evacuations. nongovermental employees now ordered out of tunisia and sudan by the state department. and a t
of the spotlight. hallie jackson is live in charlotte with our report. good morning. >> good morning. peace and the seats will fill up with delegates later tonight as the party adopts the platform. people lined up for a chance to spin the wheel and win some swag. it is about more than signing up new supporters for the human rights campaign. he has been with his partner his 31 years. >> mom or the need probably. >> democratic delegates are expected to pass a platform supporting same sex marriages. >> it is a difference in feeling i am a real person. >> in north carolina, it is an uphill battle. voters approved a ban on same- sex marriages one day after president obama announced his support for gay marriage in may. some are attending for prayer. >> god does not approve that lifestyle. >> i am hopeful that the president support and the inclusion of marriage equality will help us win in november. >> maryland is one of those states with the ballot initiative coming up in november. as for republicans, their party platform calls for a change to the constitution in defining marriage between a man a
president obama. hallie jackson has this "201 commitment 2012" report. >> a new poll shows president obama with the double-digit lead over mitt romney in ohio. mitt romney's bus tour makes its final stop today in a key state . >> ohioans, you have a huge say so in this. >> fewer americans are working today -- >> there flooding the state with ads that showed that romney is better for the economy. >> it is a repeat of what he said four years ago. >> it may be a tough sell in a state where unemployment is lower than the national average, and where many like the president's bailout of the auto industry. consumer confidence is at its highest level in six months. >> they act like somehow in september 2008, all of a sudden recession fell from the sky. whoa, how did this happen? >> after a day spent talking foreign policy in new york, the president will shift gears in ohio. the campaign is not ignoring other battleground states. >> instead of attacking folks who work for a living, shouldn't we stand up for them? >> other signs that the economy may be moving in the right direction, home values are
their rules to keep children's information private. washington bureau reporter hallie jackson is in washington explaining what this means for parents. >> the children's world went into effect more than one decade ago, but think about how different things are online now. technology is changing so much so the rules should change. going on line for a while. >> probably since i was 5? >> that is just the age group they meant to help, kids under 13. >> i think it as a paramount importance for all parents. >> they want to update current rules about providing parental consent on a kid-friendly websites addressing cookies, code that can sometimes track how much overtime and potentially paint a very specific picture. >> the have a unique number to compile misinformation and then they have a pretty good idea that it is a nine year-old girl whose favorite color is pink. privacy ofasking for the day after discovering kids could up load pictures of themselves that were not deleted right away and stated public. mcdonald's says the online security is a top priority and web directories have now been made in a
for the final sprint to the election day. hallie jackson examines reach man stands in the polls. >> president obama has an advantage over mitt romney but the gop team is hoping to close the gap. this man gave president obama a lift. the president got a leg up in several new polls. romney is hoping to close the gap. he says -- >> i'm not getting rid of all of health care reform. i want to make sure those with pre-existing condition can get coverage. >> he attended church yesterday but is back on the campaign trail today in ohio. >> the same plan they have had for 30 years. cuts, tax cuts, gut a few regulations, then give some more tax cuts. >> what is setting up its campaign contributions on both sides. both candidates are pulling their ads off the air to mark as the nation pauses to remember september 11. hallie jackson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a florida police officer is dead after being struck by a pickup trucks. he was preparing to shut down the west palm beach highway when he was struck by an oncoming vehicle. >> 6;07 :07. >> the violence in iraq rages on. who is taking responsibility? >> stu
. hallie jackson has more. good morning. >> good morning. capitol hill is getting ready for a rally by people who want to see a new farm bill passed soon. supporters would like a five- year plan in place to help farmers and ranchers devastated by the massive drought. a lot of the spending goes to the food stamp program. that is part of the holdup. many house republicans would like to see spending cut even more. political observers say it will probably will not see a new farm bill passed altogether but will likely see an extension of the current law. >> hasn't the government taken some steps? >> about $30 million in aid to farmers and ranchers and to get water to livestock. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> 54 degrees on tv hill. a new study could make life easier for people living with asthma. >> is taking fish oil supplements as beneficial as it seems? >> you may want to consider the harbor tunnel for the next few minutes. i'll get a build your own burger with something cheesy... but not just cheese - mac and cheese. then i wanna add some oomph. and... top it off with a little kick.
joins us live for the report. good morning -- hallie jackson. >> it is getting a little bit busier on the floor. delegates will arrive to adopt a platform that as many gay- rights activists applauding. people lined up for a chance to spin the wheel and win some swag from this gay rights advocacy group. for john, it is about more than signing up new supporters for the human rights campaign. marriage equality is personal. he has been with his partner, steven, for 31 years. >> he's been looking at me for a long time. longer than me, probably. >> now for the first time, democratic delegates are expected to pass a platform supporting same-sex marriages. >> it is a difference in me feeling that i am a real person and not. >> but in north carolina, it is an uphill battle. voters approved a state ban on same-sex marriages one day before president obama announced his support for marriage equality in may. some religious groups are gathering for prayer. >> it's clear that god does not approve that lifestyle. >> recent pools show that more -- recent polls show that more than half of americans
his pitch to the nation for a second term in office. >> hallie jackson joins us live from charlotte. we're expecting to see outside the bank of america stadium, not inside. >> right. president obama is speaking on the stage inside because of the threat of thunderstorms. some say it is not about where he speaks to what he says. instead of president obama speaking to about 74,000 people here, it will be more like 15,000 here, an audience which will include a new york delegate. >> i think the message should be that we are one country. united we stand, divided we fall. >> that message may be a hard sell where unemployment is over 8%. >> he can make people feel like he's doing work that is making things better. >> even though republicans do not agree. >> i think he will say, if you give me four more years, we will do better. >> the convention ends tonight. the august unemployment report comes out tomorrow. we can see the momentum go forward or stunted, depending what it says. >> democrats made some changes to the party platform. >> delegates voted to make a couple of changes by adding a
. hallie jackson joins us with for more. let's talk about where each candidate stands in the polls. >> president obama has pulled ahead of mitt romney by as many as five percentage points. the gop team is hoping to close the gap. mitt romney said he would keep certain parts of the federal health care law. we are looking at the august fundraising reports. >> what kind of money are we talking about them raising since the conventions? >> $114 million for obama. this is the first time all summer that the obama camp has out raised romney's camp in a single month. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> 59 degrees on tv hill. president obama gets up close and personal with voters in florida. >> teachers in chicago say they are being under appreciated. >> this is the beltway and wilkens avenue. anncr: this casino's in west virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of leg
. >> we will begin with hallie jackson. >> democrats came out of the gate with some fierce attacks against mitt romney. michelle obama day not mention mitt romney by name. she focused on her husband's story. take a listen. >> governor romney has undergone an extreme makeover. [laughter] and it ain't pretty. we are going to say no! >> we must work like never before and we must come together and stand together for the man we can trust to keep moving this great country forward. my husband, our president, barack obama. >> that was michelle obama wrapping up her speech. taking the stage and later tonight, elizabeth warren followed by president clinton. besides and dentists and showcasing a diversity in the party, there was a moment of a military veteran who talked about losing her legs fighting in iraq. we heard from some up and comers in the party. martin o'malley from maryland giving his speech in primetime. >> hallie jackson, thank you. we continue our team coverage with jennifer franciotti. how to the experts think the governor did? >> all indications are that he did better than in his 2004
coverage. hallie jackson has more. how was mitt romney responding? >> he held a press conference last night to clarify his comments. he called for the release of the full video including the question he was asked. >> good evening. i understand there's a video that has been on the internet. >> mitt romney addressed head-on a clip recorded at a fundraiser in may and posted by mother jones yesterday. >> president obama's campaign manager pounced on the comments. st. it is heart to serve for president of all americans when you have written off half the nation. romney said that is not the case. he did not back away from his remarks. >> those reliant on government are not as responded to my comments. >> he it knowledge he was speaking off the cuff. >> it is not the first time a fundraising clip has caused a stir. remember 2008? here is the candidate talking about frustrated americans. comments that paul ryan has referenced in his stump speech for weeks. >> guilty as charged and proud to say so. >> reporters will get a chance to record romney's fund-raisers as early as today when the candidate goe
obama is ahead of mitt romney 53-54. obama up by 12 in pennsylvania. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> with just a handful of games left in the regular season, this is not a time for the orioles' bats to turn called but that is what happened as the orioles lost to the blue jays. the orioles were shut out. the orioles lose 4-0. keith mills will have more in sports. >> 6:09. halloween is proving a hit for retailers. >> green bay fans are offering assistance to the beleaguered replacement refs. >> how would you feel about having a computer at drive you on your daily commute? that could soon become a reality. >> custom cars will be in baltimore this weekend. >> the list is growing of accidents this morning. one eastbound on 32. one eastbound on 32. >> good morning. this is a live view from skycam. a chance for storms as we go through today. i am live at pimlico, outside the clubhouse. getting excited for a big car show. we have some beautiful cars will be talked about. painter.retired auto you still specialize in that. >> that was my day job and a hobby. i have the best of both worlds.
. hallie jackson joins us live from washington. good morning. >> good morning. we see the obama team going on the offensive. the mitt romney team is trying to sharpen its message. president obama on david lebron's show responded to mitt romney comments that 47% of americans believe they are victims. >> my expectation is if you want to be president, you have to work for everybody and not just for some. >> the president attacking. >> i just think it sends a bad message. >> some think the romney video may mean trouble for the gop candidate's campaign. >> it is the wrong time. voters are starting to tune in now. >> a staffer insists it is not the campaign that needs to get back on track. >> whether we have the answers to put the economy back on track. >> this is an economic debate, talking how they make life better for low economic americans. >> people have to rely on government. the right course to help them is to have government helping people to get back to good jobs. >> it remains to be seen whether any of this will loosen up what is in a tight race. a new poll shows both candidates are lo
the economy. >> hallie jackson joins us live with the report. good morning. >> good morning. mitt romney may have a little something to worry about. some new polls show president obama has a double-digit lead over romney in ohio. both candidates are visiting ohio today. the one to use ads and campaign stops to show romney is the better choice for the economy. unemployment is lower than the national average. many workers like the president's bailout of the auto industry. democrats keep up their attacks on the campaign trail. >> what is the focus expected to be today? >> economy. president obama focusing on younger voters. he is speaking in front of crowds at some universities today. mitt romney will emphasize middle class workers. he has a plan to create jobs. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> 5:27. 62 degrees at the airport. let's stay on that shot. a state delegate can no longer practiced law in maryland. >> a man dies in police custody and his family wants answers. >> state schools need more educators. subsection need more teachers the most? >> we have a little rain in the forecast today. >
from election day but millions of americans already casting their votes. hallie jackson has more in this report. >> experts say more and more people have been casting ballots before november. >> i need you to start voting six days from now on october 2. >> the obama campaign making the push to get people to the polls soon, and not just here in ohio. more than 30 states allow folks to cast ballots early and in person. >> you're telling people, you don't have to wait until november 6. you can vote right away. >> in 2000, 18% of voters cast ballots before election day. in 2008, the number climbed tothis year, early ballots will 30%. top more than a third of all votes. >> people like the convenience of voting early. we see people doing that. >> the campaigns strategize to maximize this. spending months laying groundwork locking down the votes in october or september. some think democrats may have the advantage of this year. >> early voting is going to weigh toward the obama campaign perhaps decisively. >> i need your help on november 6 and every day till then. >> some argue every day
a second term, he said he would like to get back to working with kids. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> the orioles start their final homestand of the season splitting a homestand with toronto. a close game was blown open in the second game for the blue jays. that was a grand slam for j.p. arencibia. the final score of game two, toronto 9, the orioles 5. pete gilbert will have more in sports. another controversy decides the outcome of monday night football. in the final seconds, russell wilson launches a hail mary pass into the end zone. it appears to be intercepted by jennings. golden tate gets one arm on the ball. it was reviewed a touchdown. the touchdown ruling stood. seattle liked it. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think the nfl will now speed up negotiations to end the lockout with league officials after this week's poor performance by the replacement refs? you can share your response on wbaltv.com, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> i will get out there and 48 degrees at the airport. good news if you hate a
's-eye. the romney campaign kicks off a bus tour in that state. hallie jackson has details. >> paul ryan kicks off the bus tour today and he will be joined by mitt romney tomorrow. >> mitt romney attacked 47% -- >> this is the obama ad that will greet romney's team in ohio. starting today. >> maybe romney should come clean on his taxes. >> a reference to romney's release of his 2011 tax returns showing he paid 14.1% on close to $14 million in income. >> he has not been straight with the american people about those finances. >> i think it will be about your bank account and not his swiss bank account. it will be about your job, whether you have one or you are afraid of losing it. >> jobs are still the focus on the campaign trail. >> i am fighting to create american jobs. >> thank you. >> mitt romney will shift his own focus. he will spend less time with donors and more with voters. what will not change are the attacks against president obama. >> he said he can't fix washington from the inside. that can only be done from the outside. we will give him a chance on november 6 to do that. >> the campaig
track of what your kids do online? i'm hallie jackson live in washington with what they're doing to keep your kids safe. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> this is 11 news at 6. >> the big story at 6 -- a new bunch of gambling ads are finding their way into the air waves and they're making a claims. >> some say a big portion of the gaming revenue will definitely go to education. david collins
in a tough senate race in massachusetts. she will be speaking before president clinton. hallie jackson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a familiar face took the stage last night. jennifer franciotti is live with more on what the governor did with his five minutes in the national spotlight. good morning. >> at least one analyst gives the governor martin o'malley a passing grade for his speech and said he redeemed himself for the speech he gave back in 2004. governor martin o'malley walked out on stage to a cheering crowd at the convention in charlotte. >> greetings from maryland, home of the number-one public school system in america for four years in a row. >> the governor spoke to his party's convention, telling the crowd that americas needs to move forward by electing president obama for another term. we watched the governor's speech with a political analyst. >> his delivery was very laid- back. he showed tonight that he can be really animated. >> maryland always chooses to move forward. we understand that progress is a choice. job creation is a choice. whether we move forward or back, this, too, is a
will visit memorial sites. hallie jackson joins us live with that story. how was president obama marking this anniversary? >> president obama will start his day with a moment of silence after talking with his team to make sure what happened 11 years ago does not happen again. it has been one year since the sound of bells last echoed at ground zero. this year the nation has begin to mark the anniversary of september 11. leonnse secretary panetta visited shanksville, pennsylvania, yesterday. >> i want to pay tribute to those who died on 9/11. >> ceremonies are planned at the pentagon and at ground zero in new york. you'll not see any partisan bickering today. campaigning takes a backseat to commemoration. >> i am at mitt romney and i approved this message. >> both candidates are pulling their ads off the air. national security is still an undercurrent in the race. mitt romney will speak with national guardsmen in nevada. >> i will not cut our military budget. i will keep our military strong. >> president obama reminded the nation of osama bin laden's death. >> we put them on the path to de
to government health. hallie jackson joins us. how was mitt romney responding to this? >> he called late last minute news conference last night in which he clarified his comments but did not apologize and ask for the full video to be released. >> good evening. i understand there's a video that has been on the internet. >> mitt romney went head-on about a video that was posted. >> they believed that their victims and the government has the responsibility to care for them. campaignent obama's manager pounced on the comments. romney said that is not the case. he did not back away from his remarks. >> those reliant on government are not as responded to my comments. >> it is not the first time a fund raising clip has caused a stir. here is the candidate talking about frustrated americans. comments that paul ryan has reference in his stump speech for weeks. >> guilty as charged am proud to say so. >> reporters will get a chance as early as today when the candidate goes to salt lake city and dallas. >> residence in several neighborhoods are on edge this morning after a rash of car break-ins. in some
. hallie jackson has our report. nobody is describing the speech as short. >> bill clinton spoke allow longer than he was scheduled to. the crowd was on its feet. next policy details with a broader rallying cry for democrats. take a listen. >> when we vote in this election, we will be deciding what kind of country we want to live then. if you want a winner-take-all, you should support the republican ticket. if you want a country of shared opportunities and shared responsibility, a we're all in this together society, you should vote for barack obama and joe biden. [cheers] >> president obama walked out on stage after clinton's speech. the president will be delivered the final speech of the convention tonight. >> what else is on tap for the final hours of the convention? >> state delegates will be meeting. president obama'speechs and we will hear from joe biden and his wife, and jill. >> barbara mikulski also gave a speech at the dnc last night. she talked about the importance of having women in high political position. >> when women are the halls of power, the national debate -- congres
will try to persuade congress to do more now. hallie jackson has the story. >> this morning capitol hill is getting ready for a rally by people who want to see a new farm bill passed soon. it has not been the easiest year for farmers as it massive drought wiped out crops across the country. people hoping for a new farm bill will probably have to wait. >> the conservatives are balking at that measure. >> if the republican leadership does not work with us, they will reset the clock for rural america. >> and supporters say the bill affects every american including the 46 million people who get help from the footstep program. that is part of the holdup. >> it is because most of the spending is food stamps. >> house republicans want to see deeper cuts to the program. congress will simply extend the current law will little wonder. >>-- a lot longer. >> i would like to see a five- year bill but it is unlikely we'll get there. >> many of the programs like food stamps and certain a crop insurance would continue a sitting the government keeps it going past september. >> cracks have been found in t
. arehe nation's leaders marking september 11 by visiting memorial sites. hallie jackson has the story from our washington bureau. >> the president begins with a silence.of it has been one year since the sound of bells last echoed at ground zero. this year the nation has begin to mark the anniversary of september 11. leon panetta and visited shanksville, pennsylvania, yesterday. >> i want to pay tribute to those who died on 9/11. >> ceremonies are planned at the pentagon and the ground zero in new york. you'll not see any partisan bickering today. >> i am at mitt romney and i approved this message. >> both candidates are pulling their ads off the air. mitt romney will speak with national guardsmen in nevada. >> i will not cut our military budget. i will keep our military strong. >> president obama reminded the nation of osama bin laden's death. >> we put them on the path to defeat. >> several congressional meetings will ask, are we safer now? a hearing on whether the tsa can evolve to meet new terrorist threats. >> wbal is also commemorating this day. examine september 11 by the number
in virginia, a key battleground state both presidential candidates will be visiting today. hallie jackson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> 5:39. 66 degrees at the airport. people don't have to feel guilty about eating chocolate. >> it can be helpful for your brain. [laughter] don't forget to e-mail us your response to our water cooler question of the day. what do you think is a reasonable percentage for a tip when dining out? >> we have already had a lot of responses on this. you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> not quite sure what to say. it is pretty busy. we have a few problem >> welcome back. this is baltimore bill. he predicts an early winter. he flew down the right side, meaning an early winter. i think crabs are better for eating than predicting the weather. if he is wrong, we are having him for dinner. 73 degrees downtown. 63 in westminster. we're watching some mild there right now. cold air to the north and that is making its way here. it will bring a drop in the temperatures. we'll do tell that in the full for
. >> hallie jackson is live with this morning's report. good morning. >> good morning. ohio is the big focus. paul ryan kicks off the bus tour today and he will be joined by mitt romney tomorrow. >> mitt romney attacked 47% -- >> this is the obama ad that will greet them in ohio. a reference to the release of his tax returns showing he paid %. per he.1 >> he has not been straight with the american people about those finances. >> i think it will be about your bank account and not his swiss bank accounts. >> jobs are still the focus on the campaign trail. >> i am fighting to create american jobs. >> mitt romney will shift his own focus. he will spend less time with donors and more with voters. what will not change our the attacks against president obama. >> we will give him a chance on november 6 to do that. >> the campaigns will cross the tracks in ohio later this week. president obama will head to the buckeye state himself to rally voters. >> what do the latest polls show? >> president obama leading mitt romney by about five percentage points. this is different from what we saw last month. o
tight race. a new poll shows both candidates are locked neck-and-neck along likely voters. hallie jackson, wbal-tv 11 news . >> 11 game in seattle turned into an all-night affair with an extra innings marathon that didn't end until 3:55 this morniong. the orioles stretched their extra innings when streak to 14 games -- this morniong. ng. the orioles won 4-2 and are tied for first place with the yankees. >> 6:10. 61 degrees at the airport. which toys are expected to be hits. >> back to school for chicago students after a week-long strike ends. tradition or gender discrimination? a rhode island school district does away with father-daughter dances. why the change? we want to know what you think about it. >> quiet on the area roads. one accident on the east si >> welcome back. 6:15. it is nice and quiet this morning. we have the big storms last night. nothing going on to start the day today. the front is now pushing off the delmarva coastline. some cloud cover is left behind. high pressure will take control for the next three or four days. the radar picking up some sprinkles down in
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